In February 2021, it was found that 42 percent of adults in the United States aged between 18 and 29 years used Twitter. This age group was the microblogging service’s biggest audience in the United States, followed by a 27 percent usage reach among 30 to 49-year-olds.
Who are Twitter’s target audience?
As of April 2021, Twitter global audience was composed of 38.5 percent of users aged between 25 and 34 years old. The second-largest age group demographic on the platform was represented by users aged between 35 and 49 years old, with a share of almost 21 percent.
What age group is Twitter aimed at?
The largest demographic group of Twitter users are between the ages of 18 and 29 (37%). 25% of users are between 30 and 49 years old.
Who uses Instagram the most?
As of July 2021, India was the leading country based on Instagram audience size with 180 million users accessing the photo sharing and editing app, followed by the United States with 170 million users. Brazil ranked third with 110 million Instagram users, ahead of Indonesia with an audience of 93 million users.
The 7 Top Social Media Sites You Need to Care About in 2020
- Instagram. Long the home of influencers, brands, bloggers, small business owners, friends and everyone in between, Instagram has topped well over 1 billion monthly users. …
- YouTube. …
- 3. Facebook. …
- Twitter. …
- TikTok. …
- Pinterest. …
Does Twitter make a profit?
In 2020, Twitter’s annual revenue came to 3.72 billion U.S. dollars. However, the company has only been able to report a positive net income in 2018 and 2019. Social media advertising spending in the United States is constantly growing.
Is Twitter growing or shrinking?
First of all, Twitter’s growth has clearly slowed–and so has that of Facebook. The percentage of Americans who use Twitter rose from 15% to 16% last year, while Facebook’s growth appears to have stalled for the time being, remaining at 2013’s 58% figure. … On the other hand, it has “slowed” to 16% of all Americans.
Is Twitter for free?
Twitter is easy to use as either broadcaster or a receiver. You join with a free account and Twitter name. Then you send broadcasts (tweets) daily, hourly, or as frequently as you like. … Encourage people you know to follow you and receive your tweets in their Twitter feeds.